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Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Roppongi 

9-7-1 Akasaka
Tel: 81 3 3423 8000
Fax: 81 3 3423 8001
Metro: Roppongi
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The Ritz-Carlton has scored big with its first Tokyo property, located on the top floors of the city's highest building and luxury mall, Tokyo Midtown, in the Roppongi district. The 258 guest rooms are exceptionally comfortable, with every expected luxury and amenity (flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi access); the furnishings and muted color schemes soothingly elegant; the views breathtaking (including those from the fitness center and pool); and the service impeccable. Spring for the Club Floor (53rd) for the best views in town. When it comes to eating, you'll be spoiled for choice. Besides the hotel's own French-influenced Azure 45, New American Towers Grill, and contemporary Japanese Hinokizaka (there's also a lounge menu and a deli), Tokyo Midtown has gathered some of the best international restaurants and food stores in Japan. Besides all the obvious reasons to stay (great rooms, celebrated Ritz-Carlton service), there's also the buzz factor: Tokyo Midtown is definitely hot. The only downside? The hotel charges its own guests an additional fee to use its spa facilities.—Updated by Rebecca Willa Davis

From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
Housed in the soaring Tokyo Midtown Tower, it's close to the Roppongi shopping and entertainment district. Enjoy "incredible city views" from the highest floors; "refined Western-style rooms are filled with top-quality furnishings." "Professional staff are quick but never abrupt." Sample French seafood at Azure 45; grab a cappuccino and a croissant at the Café & Deli.

(248 rooms)
—2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 93.8
  • Design: 93.1
  • Food: 89.3
  • Location: 93.1
  • Rooms: 96.6
  • Service: 96.6

Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010

Amenities: Pool, Spa

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Greatest view

I stayed at sweet at Ritz-Carlton. As you can imagine, prices is quite expensive, but experience was 5 starts. When I got room, there was hand writing thank you... more

Dismal Food

The Ritz Carlton shines amidst the prevaling sleaze of raunchy, vulgar Roppongi, in the so-called Midtown complex off on one side of the district, and its top floor... more